Our weekly digest of client news and events.
Ana Oliveira and Ruby Bright, leaders of women's foundations in New York and Memphis and members of the Partnership for Women’s Prosperity, penned this important piece on how philanthropy must invest in local solutions if they truly want to improve women’s economic security across the United States. Chronicle of Philanthropy.
Nonprofits are remarkably resourceful, but often lack sufficient funding to cover all the costs of their work. Ellen LaPointe of Northern California Grantmakers, Sandi Clement McKinley of Nonprofit Finance Fund, and Sara Davis of the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation recently outlined how philanthropy can change their grant-making approaches to sufficiently fund the true cost of nonprofits’ projects and what they need to thrive. Chronicle of Philanthropy.
Change Consulting is excited to attend an important event next week. Borealis Philanthropy, the Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society and Northern California Grantmakers will host Belonging in Practice: How to Be Antiracist next week at Zellerbach Hall on the UC Berkeley Campus. Ibram X. Kendi, one of America’s foremost historians and leading antiracist voices, will discuss his book of the same name before john a. powell of the Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society and Lateefah Simon of the Akonadi Foundation join him for a timely discussion on how uproot racism from society, starting with ourselves.
In honor of the East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation’s 44th annual gala next week, we remember this East Bay Times feature on their work in Havenscourt and Dallaq Market, an honoree for the organizations’ 42nd Annual Gala.